Trattoria 13 Gobbi / Firenze

Via Del Porcellana, 9R Firenze 50123
Opening Hours
Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 12:00 - 14:30
Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 19:30 - 23:00
Description

Nel cuore del centro storico e a due passi dai più grandi alberghi della città, la Trattoria "I Tredici Gobbi" è frequentata e molto apprezzata sia da fiorentini che da turisti italiani e stranieri. Situato in un edificio d'epoca, il ristorante vive in confortevoli ambienti dall'atmosfera familiare e propone una cucina che interpreta con rigore le antiche ricette della cucina toscana più genuina. Specialità della casa, i rigatoni serviti nella zuppiera di ceramica e la tagliata di manzo per 2 persone servita sul ceppo.

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Will C en
Food great but service not 100%, had to ask to get served. GooglePlace - July 2017
Fiona Brocklebank en
2nd visit and great both times. Fantastic steak and amazing wine list. GooglePlace - July 2017
Joshua Ballard en
I highly recommend this restaurant! My wife and I ate here on our honeymoon and it was fantastic. The pasta dishes were great and the steak was cooked perfectly. The service was also very good. They were very friendly and took great care of us. Also great atmosphere and cool building. GooglePlace - July 2017
mikestaa14 en
Possibly the worst dining experience I've ever had: Food was average, but overpriced; Portions were small; Service was bad, yet there was a €3,50 cover charge (!); I asked for bread, but the server gave me a glass of wine instead, for which I was charged €5; They took ages to bring the bill; Clearly a tourist trap. In short, don't go here. GooglePlace - July 2017
Ruei Hsiang Wang Yeh en
Had dinner here couple of days ago. Prices are fairly reasonable for pasta and we went with the house special rigattoni and the one with spicy oil. While the rigatoni were great the other one was a little bit too spicy for us. Pasta is fresh, very unique and had a intense flavor. Service was good. GooglePlace - March 2017